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‘Last 10% is always the hardest’: Inside General Mills’ push for sourcing, agriculture and communities

By Kristine Sherred
Article

According to its 2019 Global Responsibility Report, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based company sources 85% of its top ten ingredients in responsible ways.

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Hallmark Unveils Latest Social Responsibility Results with its 2018 Caring in Action Report

Press Release

KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 23, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Hallmark has released its third annual Caring in Action Social Responsibility Report featuring work during 2018 made by the global company’s diverse portfolio of businesses in the areas of community, diversity and inclusion and sustainability.

Mid-Course Correction Revisited - Minneapolis Book Launch

Beer, Bites and a Book Talk
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Book Launch event for Mid-Course Correction Revisited, Monday, June 17th in Minneapolis.

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Book Launch event for Mid-Course Correction Revisited, Monday, June 17th in Minneapolis.

Consumers Energy Focuses on Providing World Class Performance While Delivering Hometown Service

2019 Sustainability Report showcases commitment to the triple bottom line
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At Consumers Energy, we’re more than pipes, poles and wires. We’re part of Michigan’s landscape. That’s why we’ve worked proudly to maintain the Mitten for more than 130 years.

From border to bridge and coast to coast, we’re helping our neighbors across Michigan by providing safe, reliable energy and caring for our communities.

As we reflect on our efforts to pursue our purpose of World Class Performance Delivering Hometown Service, we know our business is about more than profits. It’s about enabling the communities we serve to share in our success.

2018-19 Intel Corporate Responsibility Report: Creating Value through Transparency

How Intel evolves its reporting strategy so it’s meaningful to investors, customers and employees
Article

By Suzanne Fallender

In the two decades that Intel has been releasing environmental and corporate social responsibility (CSR) reports, the CSR reporting landscape has changed dramatically. Once a topic reserved for specialists, today 85% of S&P 500 companies1 regularly publish CSR reports and many reporters cover CSR for major media organizations.

Today, Intel released its latest CSR report, highlighting the progress made over the past year toward our 2020 goals. But do these reports really matter?

GM Named to CR Magazine 100 Best Corporate Citizens of 2019

Press Release

DETROIT, May 15, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Corporate Responsibility Magazine has named General Motors to its 20th annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens ranking, recognizing outstanding environmental, social and governance transparency and performance among the 1,000 largest U.S. public companies. GM is ranked No. 24 for 2019. This is the third year in a row that GM is ranked in the top 100.

SABIC Releases Sustainability Report 2018

Article

Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) has released its Sustainability Report 2018 under the theme, "Making a Difference.”

Building a More Sustainable Bank: Santander UK Publishes New Strategy

Article

May 13, 2019—Santander UK has launched a new strategic framework for Sustainability with the release of its 2018 Sustainability Report. The Sustainability strategy reflects Santander’s ambition to be a responsible bank and to further integrate social and environmental considerations into business decisions. This report highlights the importance of transparency in responding to key environmental, social and governance issues and how Santander is bringing its purpose to life – to help people and businesses prosper.

New Generation of Sustainability Leaders Finds Inspiration from Unlikely Industrialist

Mid-Course Correction Revisited Features New Content from Ray Anderson’s Grandson John Lanier
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Mid-Course Correction Revisited goes on sale today. It updates the original -- first released in 1998 -- with a new foreword by bestselling author Paul Hawken and several new chapters and interviews written by John A. Lanier, Executive Director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation and Anderson’s grandson.

Press Release

Mid-Course Correction Revisited goes on sale today. It updates the original -- first released in 1998 -- with a new foreword by bestselling author Paul Hawken and several new chapters and interviews written by John A. Lanier, Executive Director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation and Anderson’s grandson.

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